A set of four lowering springs, one set per axle giving a lowered depth of 30mm.
For Mini R50, R53 2002-2006 / Mini R56 and variant models 2007-2014
ST suspensions is proud to boast one of the largest applications for sport springs with more than 1000 vehicles now catered for. Whats more, ST sport springs are one of the few lowering springs on the market that (in combination with the standard suspension) will greatly improve the driving behaviour of a vehicle as well as its overall looks!
Performance and style for every car
Made from chrome silicon steel in a cold winding process, ST sport springs are multi-coated with a final epoxy coating ensuring an OEM quality and finish. As a result, they withstand a variety of weather conditions all year round.
Compared to standard suspension, ST sport springs lower the centre of gravity to provide much better driving dynamics and handling. Furthermore, compression and rebound is also reduced which allows the car to drive more agile with reduced body roll.
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